Funded Projects

Community Gardens

Cherry Hill Senior Manor Garden
Partners: Cherry Hill Tenant Association, Pennrose Management Company
Watch Mr. John Wiley describe this project and the importance of community involvement in Cherry Hill.

Family Health Centers of Baltimore Patient/Staff Garden and Recipe Book
Partners: Family Health Centers of Baltimore, Baltimore Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Watch Paula McClellan, CEO of FHCB, describe their patients’ needs and how this project will address them.

‘The Possibility Garden’
Partners: Towson University Department of Occupational Therapy, Eat Healthy Live Healthy Urban Garden
Watch Dr. Sonia Lawson and Ms. Juanita Ewell describe this project and partnership.

School Gardens

Dr. Carter G. Woodson Elementary/Middle School ‘Salad Bar Garden’
Partners: Dr. Carter G. Woodson Elementary/Middle School, Pick You Anti-Bullying Awareness Campaign
Watch Coach Darby from Dr. Carter G. Woodson describe this project and their long-term vision for schools in Cherry Hill.

Education Programs

Gardening and Nutrition Resources for the Community
Partners: Enoch Pratt Free Library – Cherry Hill Branch, Baltimore City Health Department Virtual Supermarket
About: Partners will offer programming focusing on healthy cooking and eating, organize a neighborhood garden club, and purchase books about gardening and nutrition that will be made available to the public.

St. Veronica Catholic Church Programming for Children and Adults
Partners: St. Veronica Catholic Church, Eat Healthy Live Healthy Urban Garden
About: St. Veronica Catholic Church will partner with Eat Healthy Live Healthy Garden to conduct gardening and healthy cooking classes for children in their summer camp program as well as for adults and children later in the year.

Young Gardeners Program
Partners: Higher Achievement Baltimore
About: Towson University partnered with Higher Achievement Baltimore to create the Young Gardener’s Program, an after-school garden club. The program aims to create a space for Cherry Hill students to expand their understanding of health, nutrition, and gardening in a creative way.

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